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Does the United States belong in Russia's political scene?

  • Russia's political scene

    We have to be vigilant. Yes, the United States belongs in Russia's political scene, because the USSR was a big threat to us before, and the United States needs to stay vigilant to make sure that the treat does not return. Also, Russia sets the political tone for the rest of Eastern Europe. What Russia does, Ukraine and Georgia does as well. We have to pay attention.

  • We have to be vigilant.

    Yes, the United States belongs in Russia's political scene, because the USSR was a big threat to us before, and the United States needs to stay vigilant to make sure that the treat does not return. Also, Russia sets the political tone for the rest of Eastern Europe. What Russia does, Ukraine and Georgia does as well. We have to pay attention.

  • No, Russia can handle itself.

    Russia is one of the rare cases where the United States should not engage themselves in the debates and issues of other countries. Russia is fine on their own and does not need the absolute support of the resources of the United States. They will survive and thrive because they have a decent government.

  • No, the United States does not belong in Russia's political scene

    The United States does not belong in Russia's political scene. The United States seems to think that it belongs in every country's business but it clearly does not. A lot of money could be saved and problems handled in different ways if the United States was to stop intervening randomly in other country's politics and public matters.

  • They do not.

    The United States of America does not belong in Russia's political scene. Other countries do not get involved in the United States' political scene, so we should not be getting involved in others. Russia is their own country and should be left to do what they want to do politically.


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